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Aberdeen FC
   play at   
Pittodrie Park
European Cup Winners Cup Champions 1983. Formerly managed by Sir Alex Ferguson current manager of Manchester United. Former players include Martin Buchan, Gordon Strachan Alex McCleish and Willie Miller.
Arsenal FC
   play at   
Emirates Stadium
Formerly played at Highbury Stadium London. Won English Premier League in 2003/04 undefeated. Winners of European Cup Winners Cup 1994. Winners of UEFA Cup (Fairs Cup) 1972. Currently managed by Arsene Wenger.
Aston Villa FC
   play at   
Villa Park
Winners of European Cup in 1982. Presently managed by Martin O'Neill who used to play for Nottingham Forest.
Barcelona FC
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Camp Nou
Winners of European Cup in 1992 and 2006. Winners of UEFA Cup 4 times in 1979, 1982, 1989 and 1997, Former players include Gary Linneker now a football and golf commentator with BBC Sport and Johann Cruyff arguably the most gifted player of his generation. Their arch rivals are Real Madrid. Current players include Lionel Messi and Carlos Puyol.
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The Oakwell Ground
Birmingham City
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St Andrew's
Blackburn Rovers
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Ewood Park
Currently managed by Sam Allardyce, previously manager of Newcastle United and Bolton Wanderers. Once owned by self made millionaire Sir Jack Walker.
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Bloomfield Road
Bolton Wanderers
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The Reebok Stadium
Boston United
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York Street
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Dean Court
Bradford City
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Valley Parade
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Griffin Park
Brighton & Hove Albion
   play at   
The Withdean Stadium
Bristol City
   play at   
Ashton Gate
Bristol Rovers
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The Memorial Ground
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Turf Moor
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Gigg Lane
Cambridge United
   play at   
The Abbey Stadium
Cardiff City
   play at   
Ninian Park
Celtic FC
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Celtic Park
First British winners of European Cup in 1967 beating Inter Milan 2 - 1. Lost European Cup Final in 1969 to the Dutch club Feyenoord. Winners of 9 Scottish League Championships in a row under the leadership of Jock Stein.
Charlton Athletic
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The Valley
Chelsea FC
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Stamford Bridge
Twice winners of European Cup Winners Cup in 1971 and 1998. Currently owned by Roman Abramovitch.
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Whaddon Road
Chester City
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The Deva Stadium
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Colchester United
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Layer Road
Coventry City
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The Ricoh Arena
Crewe Alexandra
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Gresty Road
Crystal Palace
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Selhurst Park
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Darlington Arena
Derby County
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Pride Park
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Belle Vue
Dundee United FC
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Tannadice Park
Currently managed by Craig Levein whose recent outspoken views on football officials making decisions favouring Rangers and Celtic football clubs is likely to land himself in trouble with the Scottish Football Association.
Everton FC
   play at   
Goodison Park
Winners of European Cup Winners Cup in 1985. Former managers include Harry Catterick and Howard Kendall. Current manager is David Moyes.
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Craven Cottage
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The Priestfield Stadium
Grimsby Town
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Blundell Park
Hartlepool United
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Victoria Park
Hibernian FC
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Easter Road Edinburgh
One of two clubs in the Scottish Capital. Former players include Gordon Smith, Bobby Johnstone, Lawrie Reilly Eddie Turnbull and Willie Ormond revered as the Famous Five. Willie Ormond later became Scottish Manager.
Huddersfield Town
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The Galpharm Stadium
Hull City
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The Kingston Communications Stadium
Ipswich Town
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Portman Road
Kidderminster Harriers
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The Aggborough Stadium
Leeds United FC
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Elland Road
Winners of UEFA (Fairs) Cup)in 1968 and 1971. Currently managed by Simon Grayson. Former players include Billy Bremmer, Johnny Giles and Gary Sprake. Sold Rio Ferdinand to Manchester United for close on £30,000,000.
Leicester City
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The Walkers Stadium
Leyton Orient
   play at   
Brisbane Road
Lincoln City
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Sincil Bank
Liverpool FC
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Four time winners of European Cup 1977, 1978, 1981 and 1984 and winners of Champions League once in 2005. UEFA (Fairs)Cup Winners 1973 and 1976. UEFA Cup Winners 2001. Most successful British Team in Europe in all competitions. Former managers include Bill Shankly and Bob Paisley. Former players include Kenny Dalglish, Graham Souness both of whom went onto manage the club.
Luton Town
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Kennilworth Road
Macclesfield Town
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Moss Rose
Manchester City FC
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Formerly played at Maine Road Manchester -- Former managers include Malcolm Allison and Joe Mercer. Former players include Colin Bell, Francis Lee and Mike Summerbee. Winners of European Cup Winners Cup in 1970. Have not won a major trophy in over 30 years.
Manchester United FC
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Old Trafford
Twice winners of the Champions League 1999 and 2008 and winners of European Cup once in 1968. Winners of European Cup Winners Cup in 1991. Present holders of European Champions League beat Chelsea 6 - 5 on penalties in Moscow on 21 May 2008 after teams had drawn 1-1 after extra time. This win especially poignant as it came 40 years after the Munich Air Disaster which claimed the lives of several Manachester United players whilst returning from a game in Belgrade. Known forever more as the Busby Babes who had been brought together by the manager of the time Sir Matt Busby. Present manager Sir Alex Ferguson is the club's most successful manager, Ryan Giggs has played the most games for the club a record breaking total of 759.
Mansfield Town
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Field Mill
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The Riverside Stadium
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The New Den
MK Dons
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The National Hockey Stadium
Newcastle United FC
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St James' Park
Currently managed by Kevin Keegan for the second time. Team nickname Magpies. Last won major trophy in 1969. Famous ex players include Alan Shearer and Malcolm MacDonald.
Northampton Town
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Norwich City
   play at   
Carrow Road
Nottingham Forest FC
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The City Ground
Twice winners of European Cup in 1979 and 1980 whilst managed by Brian Clough.
Notts County
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Meadow Lane
Oldham Athletic
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Boundary Park
Oxford United
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The Kassam Stadium
Peterborough United
   play at   
London Road
Plymouth Argyle
   play at   
Home Park
Portsmouth FC
   play at   
Fratton Park
Managed by caretaker boss Paul Hart. Current holders of English FA Cup after beating Cardiff City 1-0 at Wembley Stadium on 17 May 2008.
Port Vale
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Vale Park
Preston North End
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Queens Park Rangers
   play at   
Loftus Road
Rangers FC
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Ibrox Park Glasgow
Winners of European Cup Winners Cup in 1972 -- the current Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson played for the club in the late 60's (1960's). Lost in the UEFA Cup Final in 2008 to Zenit St.Petersburg the first Russian Club to win the trophy.
   play at   
The Madjeski Stadium
Real Madrid FC
   play at   
Santiago Bernabeu Stadium
Have won the European Cup now Champions League a record 9 times. Present Spanish champions. Former players include Luis Figo who also played for Barcelona and arguably the world's most recognised football player of recent times David Beckham. The current English manager Fabio Capello used to manage the club.
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Rotherham United
   play at   
The Millmoor Ground
Rushden Diamonds
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Nene Park
Scunthorpe United
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Glanford Park
Sheffield United
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Bramall Lane
The ground was also home to Yorkshire cricket club for many years, and hosted one Test match.
Sheffield Wednesday
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Shrewsbury Town
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Gay Meadow
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St Mary's Stadium
Southend United
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Roots Hall
Stockport County
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Edgeley Park
Record holders for the most unbeaten clean sheets in the football league
Stoke City
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The Britannia Stadium
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The Stadium of Light
Swansea City
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The Liberty Stadium
Swindon Town
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The County Ground
Torquay United
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Tottenham Hotspur FC
   play at   
White Hart Lane
Winners of English First Division and FA Cup in 1961 whilst being managed by Bill Nicholson. First British Winners of European Cup Winners Cup in 1963. Twice winners of UEFA Cup in 1972 (Fairs Cup) and 1984.
Tranmere Rovers
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Prenton Park
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The Bescot Stadium
   play at   
Vicarage Road
West Bromich Albion
   play at   
The Hawthorns
West Ham United FC
   play at   
Boleyn Ground
Winners of European Cup Winners Cup in 1965. Former players were Bobby Moore, Sir Geoff Hurst and Martin Peters who all won World Cup Winners Medals with England in 1966. Hurst scored 3 goals known in 1966 World Cup Final known in the game of football as a hat trick.
Wigan Athletic
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The JJB Stadium
Wolverhampton Wanderers
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The Molineux Ground
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The Racecourse Ground
Wycombe Wanderers
   play at   
The Causeway Stadium
   play at   
Huish Park

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